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Norfolk Hotel, 48 Fish street hill, St Leonard Eastcheap EC3

St Leonard Eastcheap index

The pub had been built on the site of the church of St Leonard Eastcheap which was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. The gap between the pub and the next building was the entrance to the graveyard of the former church.
The Norfolk Hotel was demolished during the building of Eastcheap Station (now Monument) which opened in 1884, and was rebuilt as The Monument on the opposite corner of Fish Street Hill.

Norfolk Hotel c1870 looking down Fish Street Hill from Eastcheap. On the left is the Norfolk Hotel, the landlord is Henry Parkman.

Norfolk Hotel c1870 looking down Fish Street Hill from Eastcheap. On the left is the Norfolk Hotel, the landlord is Henry Parkman.

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Leonard Eastcheap parish, City of London.

This address also appears to be the Monument Tavern & Hotel, at 48 Fish street hill

Residents at this address.

1839/Joshua Worley/gent/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1841/I. Worley/../../../Post Office Directory *

1848/Nehemiah Norton/../../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Miss Lydia Wright Taylor, Norfolk Hotel, 48 Fish Street Hill/../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Henry Death/Licensed Victualler/37/Lavenham, Suffolk/Census *
1851/Charlotte Death/Wife/37/Lavenham, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Death/Son/11/Lavenham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Jane Matilda Button/Bar Maid/15/Tower of London/Census
1851/Caroline Fowles/House Servant/19/Golden Square, Middlesex/Census
1851/William Boby/House Servant/13/Lavenham, Suffolk/Census


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